JEWISH ORIGIN OF ANTI-SEMITIC PROPAGANDA Example - 1939: "Nazi published plan to annihilate six million Jews" winstonsmith on August 1, 2011 — "Scarcely two months before Hitler's aggression against Poland, Herr [Mr.] Hans Ziegler, a ranking official in the Propaganda Ministry, emphasized, according to a dispatch by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, in his (sic) book entitled "Juden und der Weltkrieg, " that 'one of the worth-while results of the coming world war would be the annihilation of the six million Jews in East and Central Europe'. " - Contemporary Jewish Record, Volume 2, July/August 1939 [Editor's Note - Jews in East and Central Europe are Talmudic Khazars, not biblical Israelites (nor are they Semites). Also, there were 3.2 million such "Jews" in Europe - not 6 million. The number "six million" appears to originate in Talmudic gematria, or mysticism of numbers.] OH II JUBu^mimmt v Germany. But the tragedy which has overtaken the mil lions of people in the war zone as well at the 3 t 500,000 Jews in Poland and the 800,000 Jew* in Germany and her pcwesaioni i% lufticirmly utcat to defy the imagination and stir the deep sympathy of those who mtill believe in mercy, justice and the protection of the weak. Scarcely two tnottthd beiure Hitler'* a£j>res»k>o agaiiast PuLuhl, Hat Hans Zieglcr, a. ranking official in the Propaganda Ministry, emphasized, according to a dispatch by the Jewish Telegraph^ Agency, in hii book entitled J* Jen und dew $VtUkFug t that one of the worth-while results of the coming world war would be the annihilation of the fix million Jews in East and Central Europe. Other warnings of the same dire character hare been ut- Contemporary Jewish Record - July / August 1939 (Published by the American Jewish Committee) Contemporary Jewish Record, Volume 2, July/ August 1939 This is the third , but earliest appearance I've now found of this article. It also appears [later] in the: Criterion: REVIEW OF EVENTS IT U M yet toe euirly loday lo com- ■.^.■t..-.:;< I-..-. -Ml! .--Xlr-l! ■■ '. \*l<- tr.-.g- edy whit* hu overtaken the It is "new nUII limited to four «un- Irles. The extent of Its possible spread J9 not e* v« imawri. Bui the tragedy which hu overtaken, the mll- lloni of people In the war ione a* well U the S.soa.000 Jews in Poland and the 600.0CO Jews in Germany and her possessions la sufllclenlly grout to defy th* inmllrnttotl ani sUr the deep sympathy of those who SU1I be- wtt Hue make* ncn«gr)i n0«' 4itd Ihon ffce *iim»«r(!lriff o| itlial ac- iunlly hoi fdfcen place during a jlwm period. JJp special ammpr- mm-M «4I* fM effort If t*# CoHtemporar)/ JmrfsJi Ettard, ami rlils mayaiiiii ice bring rjox (Alt liffielj* rcJU"ic el JsKieh wrU rifFiJa. — THK EDITOR lleve In ictpi)', junitt and the pro- eordinB to n fliepnteh by the Jewish lection of the weak. Tclc K n.phlc Agency. In his book rn.- SMPt*ly two months before Hitler's titled "Juden und der Weltkittg," aggression mil nut Poland, Hen- Htnl thai One of tho worth- while results of Zlegler. a ranking ofllctal In the Pro- the coming world pagand* Ministry, emphasised, *<:• October 13, im By T'hsc Edlloni OE Contemporary Jewish Record E-isl and Hen Ira I Europe. Other Today. Iwo-lhlrds ot the Jewish population in Poland Is Under Nazi occupation. Even tlic Infrequent dli- el Of the all million Je.va i FRED ASTAIRE has lh» light combination c-f THEY HAVE TH Right Co!hbl .... *— * DAD AiniM. FOR MORE PLEASURE Oh ester-field blends the Rig/it ComhitiatitM of the finest American and Turkish tohaccos lo give you a milder, belter-tasting smoke with a more pleasing aroma ■ . < And wlicn you try (hem you'll find thai ibese arc the quallltcsCliciIi-rftld b;i> ubnvc .ill nihers in #ivi!i| you Were Smotiag PUmurt. THEY SA TiSFY. :erri( Chesterfield The Jewish Criterion (Pittsburgh) Oct 13, 1939 Urn of NW ba em m eiu«ns ondly. u Jews. ' nrnchlnory H fe>- effort to drive a Ml policy, purn tloi commenced, tempt) to com Nail sjrgitssOT. e the twofold vie- ilcs. In line with IU ed Before the hoi 111- ■ Xazl propaganda it- he Jew and mlnly fi time, i porlr»y the Pe- ri order 10 justify woman reunauon and goad the Ger- man soldiers and civilian popMUUoe. to more frightful acts. Freemen! W-nibardments of Polish town) tan been directed in many eases at th4 Jewish quartets. Polish Jews knew IHU their very existence !» at stall. In Oils war. for tho pari of Poland: occupied by tho Nazis, there may be a puppet government, SlowaK style. pending a change In fortune. For Jews Ihor* Is but death, cxilo and per- seeutloji. Nor li there any escape for them. If the pattern eslabltafcen BJ the U.S..S.R. will oe followed In On region* occupied by the RuMlsn forces. Jews In these local! Ilea will face persecution far their religion-, beliefs, aionlsl activities and demo- c ratio lympatblDI. A.1 was not the com In the last war. In which tho Jews of Germany Mied Blood for the glory of the grale- iuI ■Vaterland," Ihcy ate held there today ai hostages to become (gain " t scapegoiu tn the ei-ent of the daft The problem Of PultsUne has Bt iKifround of Hie rr Ot was dclermLned U put I the measures outlined in I Pnper, and lo brealt the I of the Jewish community. ISiiiftleraUon Into Palestine publics t of the Lea- ont Mandate' low of whose mrrm r. declared the While I'ape: an unmlitakable vLolntloti of the larmi Of the Mandate. In the mean- Urr.e, nlle..tlo.-i was shifted tn Ger.cv- where Uie Twenty- First Btennlal World y.iunlst Conirresri was opened The CongTus met under the threat- ■d ns usual, and II major dlfferenc** e the British poiiey. while opposed to any compromise tn P*l«' line at the expenie ot Jewish rieht". 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In nw ('Jm™ I'-'h^" un. knjil duL Tin. n;it -itin.-i.-i B« ( '" nm.l,- d ,iii|„,..il.L- (or lewa I" le«W i «■!■"' : "' .Mil- J.,. foil ilii-ii mill iv. in. -ii b»Vt ■■".■..■ ■ ■4Tiiil.il in tin- isr-tiiV"-. L1..T I..HlJili.,"- '" ti--- otlitf work. ,W«Mf Jur» tVJHrdd fi *v THE B0L'T11EB.S ISB.vKI.il I The Jewish Criterion (Pittsburgh) [left] October 13, 1939 here The Southern Israelite (Georgia) [right] November 28, 1939 here I believe the Hans Ziegler mentioned in the article is Dr. Hans Severus Ziegler , arrowed in the above photos. He (Ziegler) was involved in the "Degenerate Music exhibition" in Dusseldorfin 1938. In fact his name appears on this infamous poster: [The poster coincidentally correctly credits African Israelites for their outstanding varied contributions to modern music - "degenerate" or not.] This is his wikipedia page (in German). The German National Library List lists 23 articles by, or about Dr. Hans Severus Ziegler; [but] a book entitled Juden und der Weltkrieg (Jews and the World War) is not amongst them . Link - Deutsche National Bibliothek DIE JUDEM IMWELTKRIEGE ftHl A. fhtilhihtr WEUVaiM>hl<h.lt L-MUMUHHS There is [however] a book called Die Juden und der Weltkrieg (The Jews and the World War), which was written in 1916 by a German named Felix A. Theilhaber [not by Zeigler], who served as a doctor in the German army during World War I. Theilhaber also wrote Judische Flieger im Kriege (Jewish Flyers in the War) in 1918, in which he gave accounts of over one hundred Jewish soldiers who flew for Germany. Theilhader writings were in the defense of Jews, to counter accusations that Jews had been a traitorous element in Germany during World War I. Theilhader was the founder and chairman of Gesex (The Society of Sexual Reform). For his involvement with this group, he and fifty other physicians were arrested by the Gestapo in May 1933. After his release two months later, he emigrated to Palestine, where he co-founded the Maccabi Health Care Service. He died in 1956 in Tel Aviv. Links - source - source - source Conclusion: Dr. Hans Severus Ziegler never wrote a book called Juden und der Weltkrieg, about a new World War and the annihilation of 6,000,000 Jews. [It was actually written in 1916 by a German named Felix A. Theilhaber (a Jew?), who moved to Israel.] The author of the article [about the "Nazi annihilation plan"], which appeared in at least three Jewish publications, lied. [This fabrication, like many many others, entered the media "echo chamber", and was repeated again and again as "fact". These fabricated "facts", retrospectively become erroneous "historical record." 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